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RABBIT AT REST By John Updike (Alfred A. Knopf: $21.95; 512 pp.)

October 21, 1990|Richard Eder

"Urgency is what makes 'Rabbit at Rest,' perhaps unexpectedly, one of Updike's finest novels. It is as rich as any of his books in astute detail, in the extraordinary diagnostic of emotional transactions, and the astonishment of getting things exactly right."

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